When you are doing regression testing with a release candidate, and you realize there's a bug in the old version that does not exist in the new one.
And you didn't know about the bug in the old release, and don't know how it got there. And therefore, you have no idea what happened to fix it in the new release.
DNSSec is not being used by the Financial Industry
@victoria Good stuff.
One addition to commit comments, if you use an issue or bug tracker, put the ticket number in the commit message. Some trackers like Jira even have the ability to associate git commits in the ticket if you preface the commit message with the ticket number.
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@Miredly Had to try it.
Hello my name is deliberately done with
You killed my name
Prepare to be hella busy
@mdszy Today I was stepping some C code in gdb, and it kept erroring on me because I was finishing my print lines with semicolons.
Some days you just can't win. :)
@deshipu Heh, no, not similar enough.
The one I have has a vibration motor. But smartwatch vibration is notoriously weak. I barely notice when I'm not focused on something. If I am focused on something, not a chance I'll notice.
@Miredly Ah, that makes sense.
@Miredly Interesting, really does sound like a Harris Hawk, they're ground-hunters, and known to take stray cats and small dogs.
@Miredly Around here, it would probably be a Harris Hawk. Big, they hunt rabbits and similar size critters.
@Miredly if I ever took even a short trip without serious baggage, it would be weird.
But then, most of my trips involve costumes...
@Miredly Ugh. That sucks.
A few weeks ago, my wife got a flat, a *razor blade* through the tread of the tire.
I still go WTF? every time I think about it. How does this even happen?
Hope things go more smoothly for you.
Software Dev, C/SQL, DNS
Greyhound adoption advocate
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